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parties. look at this. marco rubio appeared on seven separate sunday morning political talk shows to offer his full throttle endorsement. >> why isn't amnesty? >> that's forgiveness of something. there will be consequences for having violated the law. all we're doing is giving people the opportunity to eventually earn access to our new, improved and modernized legal immigration system. [ speaking foreign language ] >> the immigration eight are not going it alone. a day ahead of the bill's big reveal, advocates of reform were on capitol hill today calling for that very change. >> in a place here in washington where we actually are trying to make sure we work together as americans from across the aisle. >> brothers and sisters, we have a time now. it's time to move to fix a problem that's been broken for too long. >> even with public sentiment shifting in favor of an immigration overhaul, here are signs of resistance coming out of the senate. >> i'm not convinced. i know senator rubio's heart is right and i respect the work of the gang of eight. >> pathway to citizenship a deal brea
a ways to go. >> most of the caution coming from florida senator marco rubio who issued a statement minutes before his colleagues appeared on the sunday morning talk shows, rubio saying reports the bipartisan group of eight senators agreed on a legislative proposal are premature s rubio's cautionary tale a deliberate slow-walk strategy or a sign of trouble ahead for the senators at the table? >> if he walked away from the negotiations, would that put the entire immigration bill in jeopardy? >> well, first of all, i don't think he will walk away. >> but you need him. if you don't have him, this bill is sudden any jeopardy? >> i'm not even going to speculate about that. >> with headlines focus morgue on rubio's caution then bipartisan successes, how hope system it washington and senators can hammer out a springtime solution? >> possible immigration deal in the work? >> i think very, very positive despite the fact that marco rube gee key player here. >> everybody tipping to around marco rubio, thins how marco rubio is the lynch pin to getting immigration reform signed. >> joining me no
is describing marco rubio and others who had spoken similar comments regarding this legislation. >> i agree with joe. i think that senator rubio's comments play to a very narrow casting of the gop base. i look at pat toomey who is a senator from my home state and many are debating, what are the politics for this for him. i think it is all gainful i think his comments will play very, very well with swing voters, middle of the road people who will determine whether he gets reelected. there's a disconnect on an issue like this between that hardened base and where the rest of the country is. and the reality, final thought, is that it is not even that strong of a measure. person to person transfers are exempt from this which i think is a tremendous mistake. >> let me bring you in. all politics local. you heard, what was he risking? many believe he has bettered his chances. marco rubio, lindsey graham as well. what is the motivation to play to the 7% if joe is right, you're in jeopardy in your own backyard as he predicts is the case with marco rubio in florida. >> at lot of politics surrounding t
on the numbers. >> what about -- i guess i -- one real big question is about marco rubio. and he's the guy that we spend so much time talking about. he's supposed to be the leader of this gang and yet he was the one that sort of broke out first and foremost saying this isn't a done deal. and the second thing is where the house fits into all of this because that's really where the hard liners are and that to me seems the hardest place to get an immigration bill to get through. >> it's been performed in two different parts. i would not think that marco rubio is the leader of this gang. that falls more to chuck schumer from new york and cain from arizona. the road that rubio plays is the lynch pen. if he walks, the deal dies. and he's well aware of that. part of what he's doing last week when they were trying to say there is a deal, there is a deal. hold on. no, no. not done yet. we need marco rubio in the room because without him he needs to have the conservative tea party. >> and that's the next phase of this that there's a couple of members of the house raul labrador is from what i can tel
your tragedy. >> those families met with john cornyn and marco rubio and both of them said i felt their pain but i'm still a no. i mean, back to the point of some of these entrenched views or people who don't think that 90% -- i guess they're in their districts or in their states but they don't think they'll vote on it. i'm not quite sure. what do you think the calculation is there? >> like dave was alluding to. a lot of members of congress are more worried about being primary than doing what the broader american people, broader polls show indicate needs to be done or eventually will be done. this might be something that doesn't happen right away. some of the bigger pieces of legislation that congress eventually passes takes a little bit of time and takes a few failures. it might be that we have to unfortunately have more kids die. it might be that we have to have the coalition that president obama won two elections with, i think if you look underneath the numbers, that coalition is more inclined towards gun regulation than the current make up of the electorate. it may take time.
-skill workers. >> michael: he did give the bill a 70% chance of approval especially if marco rubio signs on. for more let's head to washington, d.c. sarlin. the "talking points memo" reporter is closely following the back and forth. bengie, how are ya? >> doing well. >> michael: bengie the gang of 8 already missed their march deadline, how close do you think they are? >> i believe they are very, very close. before this labor and business deal that you heard lindsey graham allewd to they were saying they were 90, 95% done. that doesn't mean you would have a bill in three or four days because they still have to write the bill. they haven't translated the points into the legal language. graham mentioned revisiting the labor/business deal. there has been discussion between agriculture unions and biggal biggal -- big agriculture. and other issues. >> michael: marco rubio is setting him up to the savior or slayer of immigration reform. here is senator graham. >> marco rubio has been a game changer in my party. if we get the 11 million right on our side it puts pressure on the demo
i'm chris wallace. senator marco rubio explains a new plan to overhaul the nation's immigration system. from securing the border to creating a path to citizenship. the bipartisan gang of eight senators agree to reforms. one firing from the left and right. we'll talk with one of the chief architects, senator marco rubio live only on "fox news sunday." >>> then is there a spring that you in the washington gridlock s pomp are compromise possible on guns and the budget. we'll discuss it with senators in charge of counting votes. >>> plus, new threats to peace on the korean peninsula. we'll have a live report and ask our sunday panel about new developments that raise tensions higher. and hour power player of the week. a high school senior uses tennis to help children cope with a serious disorder, all right now on "fox news sunday." >>> hello again from fox news in washington. the so-called gang of eight, four republican senators and four democrats, releases its plan for a comprehensive immigration reform. at stake, border security. the status of immigrants in the country illegally an
sherman. rona fruhar and msnbc contributor, jimmy williams. florida senator marco rubio was the skunk at the immigration easter egg roll this weekend. hours before senators on both sides of the aisle were set to appear on sunday shows touting the makings of a deal, rubio released a letter entitled no final agreement on immigration legislation yet. he continued reports that the bipartisan group of eight senators have agreed on a legislativeropol are premature. a top opponent of immigration reform, alabama senator jeff sessions seized on rubio's skepticism writing, it is one thing to make promises, it is quite another to write a bill that actually works. despite the cold water, lawmakers still use their platform sunday to pop a little champagne. >> i think we've got a deal, we got to write the legislation, but 2013 i hope will be the year that we pass bipartisan immigration reforms. >> with the agreement between business and labor, every major policy issue has been resolved on the gang of eight. i am very, very optimistic that we will have an agreement among the eight of us next week. >
of the republicans' promising faces is all in, marco rubio on whether he can coax into supporting immigration reform. and the politics of tragedy, a 2016 republican reaching out beyond the party base and the president's budget, does he want a grand compromise or a big midterm campaign issue all with our political panel. i'm candy crowley and this is "state of the union." >>> secretary john kerry made a final stop in asia today meeting with japanese leaders and urging north korea to bring their nuclear rhetoric to a peaceful end. >> hopefully north korea will hear our words and recognize that for the future of its people and for the future stability in the region as well as on the peninsula itself there is a clear course of action that they are invited to take. >> joining me now arizona senator john mccain. senator, when you put this in context of the history of north korea with the grandfather kim jong-un, with the father of kim jong-un, can you tell me whether this is more serious, less serious? i mean, how do we view this? >> i think it's probably more serious because of their increased capability
seven, marco rubio, is the only show in town as washington waits for the gang of eight's immigration effort. today a deep dive inside republican meetings that could seal the deal. >>> the other big debate in town is over guns. the president's push has the senate in motion. we'll talk to one leading democrat who wants to make mental health issues a bigger part of the plan. >>> also this morning, as kim jong-un keeps the world wondering about north korea's nuclear threats, secretary of state john kerry talks to nbc news about the possibility of sitting down with the country's leaders to calm things down. good morning from washington. it's tax day. monday, april 15th, 2013. this is "the daily rundown." i'm chuck todd. let's get right to my first reads of the morning. tomorrow the gang of eight will unveil an immigration reform bill that's been months in the making after weeks of taking a cautious tone. marco rubio and on a record-setting seven sunday talk shows to sell the portion of the bill that will be the toughest for conservatives to swallow, a pathway to citizenship for the roughl
control. florida's republican senator marco rubio managed a world wind media blitz appearing on seven programs. nbc's tracie potts has more now from washington. good morning, tracie. >> reporter: hi, betty. good morning, everyone. he's talked about both of those issues. both could end up facing a big challenge and uphill battle in the republican controlled house. for now we're waiting to see if it gets past the senate. the gang of eight is expected to unveil their immigration bill tomorrow. senator marco rubio was on a record seven talk shows this weekend pitching it. >> it's a way to address the millions of people that are here undocumented in a passionate way but a responsible way. >> reporter: this bill is by no means a done deal. >> this will increase the legal flow of low wages. >> reporter: deal with the border first. >> look, if those things are done right now, we'll deal with the 11 million once they're done. >> reporter: on gun control, the deal worked out by republican joe manchion and toomey will talk about internet sales and gun shows. >> we're working it and discussing wi
>> chris: i'm chris wallace. senator marco rubio explains a new plan to overhaul the nation's immigration system. from securing the border to creating a path to citizenship, the bipartisan gang of eight senators agree to reforms fire from the left and right. we will talk with one of the chief arenac count aki texts. is there a spring thaw in the washington political gridlock. are compromises suddenly possible on immigration and guns, even the budget. we will discuss chances for deals with senate leaders in charge of the counting votes. democrat dick durbin and republican john cornyn. plus, new threats to peace on the korean peninsula. a live report from the region and ask the sunday panel about new you developments this week that raised tensions even higher. and our power player of the week. a high school senior are uses tennis to help children cope with a sirius disorder. all right now on "fox news sunday." and hello again from fox news in washington. the so-called gang of eight four republican senators and four democrats releases its plan this week for comprehensive immigr
now, one of the architects of the plan, senator marco rubio who is in corral gables, florida. welcome back to "fox news sunday." >> good to be back, thank you. >> chris: the gang of eight plan has a tough border enforcement component. 90% apprehension rate, 100% surveillance rate. how far are we from that now on the southwest border? >> in some regions it is important to understand there is no one border. it is broken up into nine different sectors. in some it is being achieved today but in others it is not. three sectors are far from that number and that is what the number needs to come up to. as our plan outlines if in fact it fails to reach the metric the homeland security will lose control of the issue and it will be turned over to a border commission made up of local officials from the states most impacted. they will have money set aseed to solve it for those people themselves. we are confident it is achievable. also not just border security. have to think about e verify as part of the bill is a critical component as well as is the exit entry tracking system. 40% of illegal immig
? all signs point to a senate deal on immigration reform. but marco rubio says not so fast. joining me for our daily fix, chris cillizza, msnbc contributor and managing editor of postpolitics.com. well, chris, marco rubio puts out his statement moments before the sunday talk shows. was he trying to watch his right flank or was he really saying it's not a done deal yet? >> probably a little bit of both, and youia i think there's politic in policy and policy in politics. marco rubio put out a statement at 8:13 a.m. sunday morning. right before chuck schumer was going to be on with chuck todd on nbc's "meet the press." that was not by accident. i think marco rubio knew that schumer, another member of the gang of eight trying to make the immigration deal was likely to say look, it's all over but the shouting, we have to dot the i's and crossed t's, but we've reached an accord. for marco rubio it's about short-term and longer-term thinking and impact. he wants to be in the room to make a deal. that would help as he goes forward in a general election context. but in a primary, in a president
marco rubio y el demócrata bob menéndez integrantes del grupo de los 8 que redactan la medida dicen que es algo que no será fácil. >>> pienso que puedo presentar este proyecto de ley para mis compañeros los republicanos. >>> estamos en este momento, el grupo de 8 con nuestros asistentes, escribiendo la ley actual, obviamente acuerdos que llegan en principio, después de escribirlo en idioma legislativo es mucho más difícil . >>> de ser aprobado la propuesta, los beneficiario serían quienes entraron a estados unidos antes del 31 de diciembre del 2011 sin problemas legales. >>>ddesde aquí podrán viajar a su país nativo, ver a su familia y tener un permiso de trabajo. >>> los que califiquen tendrán un permiso de estadía y también viajar a estados unidos. >>> hay personas que no calificaran porque han cometido crímenes . >>> marco rubio dice que el plan migratorio no es una amnistía y que incluye sanciones más severas. >>>e s importante para las personas que ecuchan que si vienen ahora no van a calificar, porque hay personas que piensan poder usar el programa y no es cierto.
loose ends on the immigration bill. but after marco rubio's sunday show, blitz, it looks like a bipartisan deal just might happen. getting to 60 isn't going to be as easy on guns. with senator scrambles to count votes on the manchin/toomey background check compromise. >>> and the republican-controlled house of representatives. >> is this bill what we wanted? no, no, is it what the nra wanted? no. but does it at least help in some small way? >> no. probably not. it doesn't. >> good day, i'm chris cillizza, live in washington, where the next step for gun legislation is a senate numbers game. nbc news political unit has confirmed that the majority support for the background check amendment that will be offered by toomey and manchin. but the bill is still short of the 60 votes it would need to be added to the larger package. joining me for our daily fix, is nbc capitol hill correspondent, kelly o'donnell. kelly o, give us the timing. this is the first amendment that will be offered. give us some sense of the timing of it and where this sort of head) >> yes you need a spread sheet
republicans by ted cruz and marco rubio and mitch mcconnell. they have threatened to filibuster this. so quickly 16 republicans came forward and said, i will not stand in the way. they dropped the plan. we saw last night they might have tried to force the hours of debate on preceding to the actual bill. they said, no, go ahead. it started on tuesday. depending on how the process goes, we suspect he will try to do something. again, the longer it harry reid allows the debate to go, the more permits to have an up or down vote. all we're trying to do is make sure there is thoughtful consideration of this and that second amendment rights are not infringed upon. if that happens, hats they will hold on. this is about process. long as there is, i'm all for it. >> both chambers of congress will return on monday. you can watch of the house live at noon on c-span and the senate live at 2 p.m. on c-span 2 would legislative work on the gun bill starting on tuesday. >> this week, the president's weekly address is given by francine wheeler. the mother of a six-year-old boy ,ho was killed in the nude to
marcos rubio rechazÓ que el proyecto de reforma migratoria que se presentarÁ esta semana sea una amnistÍa. esta maÑana el legislador dijo que habrÁ consecuencias para quienes hayan violado la ley. >>> aquÍ obviamente personas no calificaran, y yo siempre pensÉ que la manera de solucionar este problema es por el acceso legal. >>> y la propuesta de reforma migratoria podrÍa estar lista para el prÓximo martes. >>> bueno, y la mayorÍa de las personas que pasan en la frontera son mujeres y aquÍ lia historia de una mujer. >>> me dijeron que me iban a matar. >>> tras pedirnos que protegiÉramos su rospro ella cuenta el calvario que pasÓ para cruzar la frontera aÚn estando embarazada. >>> me decÍan que si no entregaba 4 mil dÓlares me sacarÍan mi niÑo. >>> y es que la mayorÍa de las mujeres que cruzan la frontera son sometidas a abusos. >>> mi esposo fue hasta allÁ para pagar el rescate. >>> su abogado dice que por su situaciÓn califica por una visa especial que le permitirÍa quedarse en el paÍs. >>> el Único requisito para obtener la visa es ayudar en la investigaciÓn del de
rand paul earlier, marco rubio and his maneuverings. is a fascinating story, but we will not have any kind of definite conclusion for another couple of years. >> the university of texas in austin, you had the lbj library. did that impact your studies, and will we see that at smu? >> i was able to take some graduate courses affiliated with the lbj school. at the time a historian was doing additional research on lbj. the lbj library had lectures they were hosting that i was able to partake in as a student. noted hiorerstmerican presents. as areatit wxperience. i think a lot of smu students will like being so close to all the history that was involved with george w. bush. host: mark murray, thanks very on ther stopping by.>> next "washington journal", a look at the effects of the bombings in boston, the immigration debate and how immigration laws changed after 9/11. then a discussion about federal and state health care exchanges with jenny gold kaiser health news. and the elimination of more than $40 billion in tax breaks to oil and gas companies in the president's 2014 budget request. w
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beyond our bored he. senator marco rubio throwing cold water, if you will, on the notion that fellow lawmakers are on the verge of striking a deal on immigration reform. a major item, as you well know, on the president's second term agenda on. news that labor leaders and business groups have come to an agreement on the guesswork he part of the package, rubio release ad statement through his office that was blunt and to the point with the headline, no final agreement on immigration legislation yet. rubio's statement comes just as other members of the so-called gang of eight, the bipartisan group negotiating a bill are declaring that a deal is at hand. >> with the agreement between business and labor, every major policy issue has been resolved on the gang of eight. i am very, very optimistic that we will have an agreement among the eight of us next week. >> joining me now, nbc latino contributor and usa analyst, and political senior, political report he lois romano. thank you for joining us. lois, let me start with you. colleagues at the "washington post," chris cillizza and shawn sull
while giving a talk to college students in philadelphia. here's what we said about marco rubio and lurush limbaugh. take a listen to this. >> if you take marco rubio's getting his -- kicked. who's my rubio fan here? we talked about it. he's getting destroyed by mark levin and by rush limbaugh and a few others. >> what's the right wing radio's fear's response to that been like? >> it's been savage from the very beginning, and poor marco rubio's been going twice now, at least, before on rush limbaugh's show to try to talk him down from this. it's very difficult because they had been allies. marco rubio is a tea party favorite or at least he was until this very moment. it is correct that these guys are not republicans as much as they are ideologues. they don't really care about how well the party does in an electoral sense. so, indeed, it's better for rush limbaugh, for mark levin, for glenn beck to be in opposition. so they'd be perfectly happy sending the republican party into oblivion, and at some point there's got to be some leadership in the party that's going to be brave eno
. >> thank you. >>> coming up, will marco rubio put his own ego ahead of 11 men, women, and children? yes? stay with us. >> if the democrat version of this happens, it's going to be amnesty, and if that happens, it won't matter. the republican party's finished anyway. whether it's official or not. they're never going to win another election. [ female announcer ] your smile. like other precious things that start off white, it yellows over time. when it comes to your smile, if you're not whitening, you're yellowing. crest whitestrips whiten as well as $500 professional treatments. guaranteed. crest 3d white whitestrips. guaranteed. a brand new start. your chance to rise and shine. with centurylink as your trusted technology partner, you can do just that. with our visionary cloud infrastructure, global broadband network and custom communications solutions, your business is more reliable - secure - agile. and with responsive, dedicated support, we help you shine every day of the week. a body at rest tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can ac
things, you'll become unpopular. >>> and why marco rubio and the right wingers are ginning up a fake scandal about beyonce and jay-z's trip to cuba. it's not about cuba. it's not about the cuban people. it's about smearing the president. stay with us. >>> have you joined the "politics nation" conversation on facebook yet? we hope you will. our facebook family had tough words for mitch mcconnell and his gop colleagues threatening to filibuster the gun control bill. hagatha says blind obstructionism has done nothing but harm debate and discussion. they're at the heart of our government. nan says all this filibustering is a waste of time and money. vote yes or no. stand by your convictions. carolyn says, these bills deserve a vote. let them stand on their merits. you said it, carolyn. and there is good news today. it looks like we will see a vote this week. more of that coming up next. >>> first, we want you to go and sound off on this topic. please head over to facebook and search politics nation. and like us to join the conversation that keeps going long after the show ends. ♪ [ mal
the plan for immigration reform. marco rubio spoke on fox news sunday, giving us a sneak peek into the important details behind the plan. i sat down with chris worrelas this morning. >> it looks like senator rubio is nall on immigration reform and beyond that, the republican point man on this thing, taking leadership. >> absolutely. he's a member of the gang of 8. four republican, four democrats in the senate. they will formally unveil the plan this week. i would love to say it was an exclusive -- seven sunday shows, including telemundo and univision to sell the plan today. he is pushing it. it's a big, complicated plan, to deal with a big, complicated problem. there are strong, tough, enforcement mechanisms, e-verify for employment, tracking people to overstay there are visas and there is a long, arduous path to legalization and citizenship. >> the key issue is his own caucus, tremendous resistance to immigration reform if it does not include border enforcement. >> i have to say, from what i have heard of it, it seems to have checked a lot of those boxes. the big concern is a
operations. >> jamie: marco rubio and his allies in the senate are preparing for a new plan to overhaul the immigration system and it contains a process through undocumented immigrants can obtain what will be called temporary legal status. critics claim it grants amnesty. today on "fox news sunday" senator rubio said it's not the case at all. >> theyent to get anything. they get the opportunity to apply for it. they still have to qualify for it. meaning, they have to pass a background check and pay a registration fee. they have to pay a fine. they have to renew it. this is not forever. they don't qualify for any federal benefit. no food stamps or welfare, no obamacare. they have to prove they're gainfully employed. they have to support themselves or they will never become a public charge. these are things they the to keep the status. >> jamie: joining me now the ape cor of "fox news sunday" our own chris wallace. good morning. >> good morning. >> jamie: does he feel this is the way the country needs to move forward onm gration? if so, why? >> absolutely. what rubio says, make it clear,
, republican senator marco rubio making the surrounds on several sound talk shows on a variety of issues including newly proposed gun control measures. >> we are spending all of our times talking about background checks as if somehow criminals will no longer get guns because they have to undergo background checks, we're lying to the public. guns are what people are using, but violence is or problem and no one is having a debate the the violence program and i think this is a missed opportunity to have an honest and open conversation in our country about why these horrifying things are happening. >>> the senator of maine is saying publicly that she will vote on the bipartisan -- she calls the manchin toomey bill a reasonable approach. kristen, with a good sunday afternoon to you, what else did senator rubio say about the current gun control legislation that's working its way through the senator? >> reporter: alex, he was asked to field a number of questions about why he opposes it, why he opposes the background check measure. you hard him give part of his response, because he believes it d
from any country that comes here. >> dagen, when i talked to marco rubio about this, this is a name dropper. >> no kidding. a boot liquor, apparently. >> thank you very much. but anyway, when i did talk to marco rubio, who is first exclusively on my show, one of the things he raised was, look, neil, we can address these provisions. they're provisions for tighter border security, but we can go ahead and have a stricter process to focus on the individuals who are already here. but we're not at that in the legislation that you put out just yet. so it does mean, going back to the drawing board, right? >> it could possibly mean going back to the drawing board. but what those senators are trying to do is a lot more pallatable than what's going on in the house because they want to address all of these things in one fail swoop so they don't get in fight after fight after fight with interest groups. what's going on in the house, they're trying to deal with this piecemeal. first you move on agricultural worker visas, then you move on, say, security checks by employers, and then they push bord
talked to marco rubio about this, i'm a name dropper. [ laughter ] >> neil: thank you very much. anyway, when i did talk to marco rubio one of the things he raised, look, neil, we can address these provisions. first of all they were provisions for tighter border security but we can go ahead and have a stricter process to focus on the individuals who are already here. i'm reminded we're not that in the losing losing legislation you put out. it does mn back going to the drawing board? >> it could mean that, but what the senators are a lot more palatable what is going on in the house because they want to address all of these things in one swoop so they don't get fight after fight with interest groups. what is going on in the house, they will try to deal with it piecemeal. first you move on agriculture worker vissasas and then security checks by employers. then they push border security down the road. that is where it will never get done. >> neil: i think this thing is dead. i don't think it should be, but in this environment, no one wants to be in the front of the line saying, i got illega
marco rubio has quite a busy sunday. how the republican made television history and the key points he made on both gun control and immigration. >>> like the brady bunch. >>> venezuelan successor nicholas muduro won 56.6% of the votes. the challenger is refusing to accept the results. it is calling for a recount. maduro was a close confidante of chavez who died of cancer early last month. it's a relationship that was cited repeatedly during the campaign heckling the late president's attacks against the united states. as president maduro will face significant challenges at home including high inflation and shortages of food and medicine. he's set to serve out the remainder of chavez's six-year term which began in january. >>> secretary of state john kerry returns to the united states today after a six nation trip to asia where tensions continue to rise on the korean peninsula. kerry told reporters in tokyo that the united states is open to negotiations with north korean government but only if the regime takes measures to abandon its nuclear weapons program. >> i think it's really unfort
about a possible immigration reform deal marco rubio said sunday that's premature. another leading republican suggested he is taking a wait and see approach. >> we have got 8 senators working on it they have agreed to four talking points and they have to take those talking points to complex legislation. >> with labor and groups reached agreement on guest worker program for low skilled immigrants. a democrat sounded eager sunday to declare vic trinchts every major policy issue has been resolved on the gang of 8. now everyone -- we have all agreed that we're not going to come to it a final agreement until we see draft legislative language and we agree on that. >> for many republicans, is there is one critical phone component to getting this done. >> border security. eight guys in the room saying border is is not going to be secured is not enough. 27 years they have not secured the border. if that can be done you will find strong support. >> pressing janet napolitano to come up with a minimum standard for border security. though she said other aspects of immigration reform should not
that have made them successful. moreover, as senator marco rubio has pointed out, a very famous cuban rap is riding in a cuban pry son. would have been nice if they had visited them. they wouldn't be free to have these lyrics. what we have is a rap credibility gap because as you pointed out the lyrics explicitly talk about conversations with obama that the president is the one the white house gave him clearance and now the white house is saying no that isn't true. it is -- if the white house is taking great pains to back away from this, does that mean that maybe there is something wrong with it? >> greg: i don't think this would be a first time a hip-hop song exaggerated something. i seem to remember all of them do in one way or another. professor sawyer you have an interesting theory. you say when ultrarich celebrities visit cuba it undermines the regime. explain? >> just the success in all of the other things that go with that. first of all, i just want to point out that i'm an expert on cuba and i wrote a book about cuba. i spent almost a year there and people who don't know about it,
is wrong with that. marco rubio looked like he was on a roll but now he's meeting fierce conservative resistence. interesting interparty fight there. we'll come right back. [ ♪ theme music ♪ ] all right, we're back on "the young turks." marco rubio has been shepherding this gang of eight for the republican side. he has been reaching out to conservatives. how has been working out for him? not so well. on a program wednesday and posted thursday, count me out. the border not secured and obama cannot be trusted period. how about jim demint who helped marco rubio win his seat. he said, quote, after decades of empty promises congress similar similarly lacks credibility to keep its promises. after strategies and plans for enforcement years later he's not buying it, and he's basically saying, vote against this. so let's bring in our conservative expert noah rothman. how is this going on the conservative side? are they going to get another votes to pass it or is it going to be blocked? >> i have no idea what the congress is going to do just yet. we only begun the selling process. i would
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. and in this case marco rubio is holding the bucket of water in his case. he urged the senate to slow the whole thing down by just having hearings rather than a vote. and finally to the massive holes in our gun safety laws. texas district attorney john mccain clel land and his wife were assassinated at their home on saturday. and this comes after his assistant district attorney was killed in january. both shootings are thought to be part of a conspiracy of white spup -- supremacists. following the killing republican senator lindsey graham told cnn that he would be behind new efforts to keep law enforcement safe as long as they come from local authorityies, not the federal government. >> anything that would make our law enforcement safer, obviously this is some criminal enterprise, and anything the local community can do to make life safer for those that carry out the law on our behalf, count me in. >> michael: but as far as what he can do as a federal legislator, he is not offering much. he will not vote for a bill if it includes background checks. without such legislation
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